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On 9 July 2014, Dr. Phys. Marius-Ioan Piso, President of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) holds a presentation during the Romania's Day event, at the Solar Decathlon Europe’s second edition — SDE.

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Between 8 and 10 July 2014, the president of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA), Dr. Phys. Marius-Ioan Piso, is participating in the Romanian delegation visiting France, along with officials from the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Technological Development, representatives of Romanian research institutes and companies, and the Romanian Embassy representatives in France.

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25 June 2014 marks 120 years since the birth of Hermann Oberth at Sibiu, father of aeronautics and technical precursor of a new technological era.
Enthusiast since childhood about Jules Verne's books, especially "From the Earth to the Moon" and "Journey around the Moon", the future scientist realised his first model rocket at the age of 15, and at later he did a series of calculations for a multistage rocket.

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Marius-Ioan Piso, President of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA), together with several other ROSA representatives took part at the fifty-seventh session of the United Nations Comitttee On the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, held in Viena, between 11-20 June 2014. The Committee is the primary body advancing international cooperation and increasing awareness of the peaceful uses of outer space.

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104 years ago, on 17 June 1910, on the Cotroceni field, the engineer Aurel Vlaicu took off the ground aboard the first airplane designed, built and piloted in Romania: "Vlaicu 1", built with the support of the Romanian Royal House and the Army at the Army Arsenal’s workshops. Our first "national plane," which raised to a height of only 3-4 meters over a distance of 50 meters, placed Romania immediately after the United States and France in the limited category of states on whose territory an original device, built and piloted by a citizen of that country flew.

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